The word of today’s episode is ROLL.
- You know, that to roll is to move sth by turning it over. You can roll dough when cooking, or roll paper into balls if you’re unhappy with what you’ve written, or your cat may roll over onto its back.
2. Roll is also used to describe the sound of drums. Drums may roll when a winner of some game is announced. You may hear a drum roll before the right answer in a quiz show is revealed.
3. There’s one more sound that is described with the word “roll”. There are different ways to pronounce the sound “r”, one of them is to roll your r’s, like that…
In some languages, like Spanish and Russian, for example, you should roll your r’s.
What else can you roll?
4. If you play board games, you will often roll the dice. Dice is a little cube with a different number of spots on each side.
Let’s roll the dice to determine who goes first, the highest number wins.
And the last phrase for today is to roll your eyes. To roll your eyes to move your eyes around because someone has said or done something stupid or strange.
When I hear some conspiracy theories, I just roll my eyes.
Some things may sound like something you would roll your eyes at, but after you’ve tried them out, they will not seem as ridiculous any more.
Now go ahead and choose one expression from this episode and write your own sentence with it.